Notes on Technology and the Moral Order

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APPENDIX B Traits Included in Factor Analysis
Simmons'
No.
Our No.ContentScoring
of Blanks
11Permanency of residence2
22Group life in contrast to atomism1
33Durability of dwellings2
44Communal houses4
55Separate men's houses4
66Collection3
77Hunting2
88Fishing2
99Herding3
1010Agriculture2
1111Use of grain for food2
1212Constancy of food supply2
1313Domesticated animals other than
herded
3
1414Mining and smelting of metals4
1515Metals secured from the outside2
1616Pottery2
1717Basketry1
1818Weaving1
2019Uses of bow and arrow1
2320Slavery3
2421Debt-relations2
2622Money, or a standard medium of
exchange
2
2723Communal ownership of land2
2824Private property in objects other
than land
1
2925Private property in land3
3126Power vested in the chief2
3327Govt. by restricted council1
3628Prevalence of war1
3829Codified laws2
4030Authority of judges1
4231Matrilocal residence3
4332Patrilocal residence1
4433Matrilineal descent2

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